This short workshop aims to provide an introduction to funding and an overview of how to create a successful application.
Securing adequate funding is essential for the success of any production or company but the funding landscape and application process can seem complex and daunting to the uninitiated. This short workshop aims to provide an introduction to the topic and an overview of how to create a successful application.
This session will be run by Sarah Gray who has worked as a producer in a variety of capacities since 2005. In this workshop she will focus on writing a funding application, discussing how to articulate your project and ideas and what the funder is looking for. She will also cover in kind sponsorship and other sources of funding and there will be plenty of time for questions. This is an excellent opportunity for any emerging producers, individual artists or aspiring fundraisers/general managers to gain an insight into funding applications and the basics of fundraising.
Who is the course aimed at?
Anyone who is at the early stages of their producing career:- administrators, general managers, etc. who is looking to get into fundraising and anyone who is feeling frustrated by their success rate with Creative Scotland funding applications.
This session is run by Sarah Gray who has worked as a producer in a variety of capacities since 2005, working with NTS, Wee Stories, Macrobert Arts Centre as well as a number of individual artists and companies, including The Polar Bears and Ailie Cohen Puppet Maker.
Course Booking and Fees:
Member £32 +VAT
Associate £51 +VAT
Non Member £64 +VAT
Location: Edinburgh City
For further information, please contact email@example.com (Fiona McCurdy), or call 01312484842, or visit http://www.scottishtheatre.org/training-development/introduction-creative-scotland-funding?destination=node%2F3556%3Fpage%3D1
The deadline is Wednesday 30 October 2019 at 10:00.